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Rishi Jaitly quits Twitter

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Rishi Jaitly quits Twitter

Rishi Jaitly, VP, Asia Pacific & Middle East North Africa for Twitter has quit the company after spending more than 4 years at Twitter.

He made this announcement on Twitter today via a series of tweets.


Jaitly had joined Twitter back in 2012 as India Market Director.

Though it remains unknown what his future venture will be, Jaitly tweeted, "My mission remains the same: harness tech/media’s scale to connect users/citizens to their voice/agency/leadership in places they care about. I myself care deeply about the United States, India, emerging markets & intend to devote myself to building bridges in service of my mission."

He further stated that he would be leaving for Chicago for some personal commitments, he would be spending a significant amount of time in India/Asia.

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